TBC President Nichole Baccala Ward was named one of the Baltimore Sun’s Women to Watch in 2018. “We’ve gone beyond working with the marketing department to work with CEOs,” Ward told The Sun. “It’s about solving whatever business challenges they have.” The Baltimore native discovered marketing while working at a health care think tank in Washington after college and was hired at TBC in 2002. Also named to The Sun’s Women to Watch list was Baltimore native and Morgan State University alumna April Ryan, White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks and a CNN political analyst.

Vitamin has been appointed agency partner for Penn-Mar Human Services. The partnership will focus on raising awareness of how Penn-Mar is addressing the most prevalent issues impacting human services as it relates to individuals with Intellectual Development Disabilities, including customized employment and inclusion. Penn-Mar Human Services provides support services to individuals with disabilities or human service needs in ways that promote value, independence, and self-determination. As Penn-Mar grows and the need for these critical services increases, Vitamin was identified as key to expanding Penn-Mar’s reach to advance their mission. Vitamin will focus on public relations strategy and media relations expertise to grow exposure for Penn-Mar across the Baltimore region. Vitamin’s extensive portfolio includes working with numerous nonprofit organizations.

MGH has added six new employees: Emma Andrews, social media marketing account coordinator; Chloe Drescher, associate digital analyst, joining from Warschawski; Carly Greenberg, account coordinator; Meghan Kramer, social media marketing account manager, previously with Jellyfish; and Sarah Romano, digital strategy manager, also joining from Jellyfish.

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